BST11754
PROPERTY VALUATION AND
MEASUREMENT
Measurement of Internal Finishing
Introduction
Upon completion of the lecture and tutorial, students should be able
to:
apply the rules of measurement of internal finishing under Section
XVI Plastering and Pav
BST11754 PROPERTY VALUATION AND
MEASUREMENT
Measurement of Window and Door
Measurement of Window and Door
Upon completion of the lecture and tutorial in this week,
students should be able to:
apply the rules of measurement of window and door under
HKSMM4;
Strip Foundation (Drawing No. SF-1)
Explanatory Notes
Order of Take-off
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Excavate to reduced level
Dispose excavated material
Excavate trench for strip foundation
Backfilling
Concrete and formwork for strip
foundation
6. Brickwall
7. Dispose
Types of Tender Documentation
1
Introduction
Upon completion of this class, students
should be able to:
describe
the various types of tender
documentation used in fixed price contracts;
and
compare their differences.
2
Contractual Arrangement
Contractual
Simple Reinforced Concrete Works
(Drawing No. RC Frame 2)
Explanatory Notes
Order of Take-off
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Reinforced concrete in slabs,
columns, beams and walls
Formwork to soffit of slabs
Formwork to sides of columns
Formwork to sides and soffit of
Cut and Fill
(Drawing No. CF-1)
Order of Take-off
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Explanatory Notes
Excavate to reduced level
Dispose excavated material
Filling of hardcore
Concrete bed
Trowelled finish
Structural Floor Level:
Ddt
Concrete bed:
Hardcore bed:
Level after c
BST11754
PROPERTY VALUATION AND MEASUREMENT
Measurement of Brickwork and
Blockwork
1
Measurement of Brickwork and Blockwork
Upon completion of the lecture and tutorial in this week,
students should be able to:
apply the rules of measurement of brick and b
BST11754
PROPERTY VALUATION AND MEASUREMENT
Measurement of Concrete Works
Measurement of Concrete Works
Upon completion of the lecture and tutorial, students should be
able to:
apply the rules of measurement of major concrete works
under Section VII Concr
BST11754
PROPERTY VALUATION AND MEASUREMENT
Measurement of Excavation
Measurement of Excavation
Upon completion of the lecture and tutorial, students should be
able to:
apply the rules of measurement in Section VI Excavation
of HKSMM4; and
measure quantit
CIVL 3128
STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS AND
EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING
Dr. Ray SU
The University of Hong Kong
TOPIC 02: Multi-Degree-of-Freedom (MDF) Systems
(a) Basic Equation of Motion
(b) Response under free (or natural) vibration
(c) Response under forced vibration
KEY POINTS IN DIMENTIONAL ANALYSIS
1. WHY DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS IS IMPORTANT?
To understand
Energy dissipation downstream of a dam
Discharge characteristics of a spillway
Effect of reclamation on the water movement in a coastal area
Wind forces on a tall b
KEY POINTS IN DIMENTIONAL ANALYSIS
1. WHY DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS IS IMPORTANT?
To understand
Energy dissipation downstream of a dam
Discharge characteristics of a spillway
Effect of reclamation on the water movement in a coastal area
Wind forces on a tall b
2014-2015 Second Semester
Venue: Chow Yei Ching Building (CYC), LG302, Hydraulic Laboratory
Demonstrators:
Ms. LIU Ying (Discharge over Sharp-edged Weirs) [email protected] CB LG208
Mr. YANG Ye (Hydrostatic Forces) [email protected] CYC LG302
Time Table for L
Example 1:
Hydraulic Jack consists of 2 cylinders with pistons of different diameters, one small and other
large. By applying a small force on the smaller cylinder, it is possible to support a heavier
weight placed on the larger cylinder.
Suppose a force
The University of Hong Kong
Department of Civil Engineering
Mechanics of Fluids (CIVL2013)
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS
1. In determining the hydrodynamic resistance of an object, a model of length scale
1:5 is to be constructed. If oil of kinematic viscosity 4.6
Tutorial No. 3: Governing equations of fluid flow
1.
Water flows in a horizontal rectangular channel. The water depth is 0.3 m and the flow
speed is 0.5 m/s uniformly over the depth. The flow passes over a smooth bump on the
channel floor and it is observ
The University of Hong Kong
Department of Civil Engineering
Fluid Mechanics (CIVL2013)
FLUID KINEMATICS
1.
A fluid flow is described by the velocity field
U 5 x 3 i 15 x 2 yj tk
Estimate the velocity and acceleration components at the point (1, 2, 3) at t
January - April 2017
A.W.Jayawardena
Basic laws
Integral forms of governing equations -In fluid
mechanics, the basic laws contain integral quantities
of interest. For example,
Volume rate is the integral of velocity over area
Force is the integral of s
January - April 2017
A. W. Jayawardena
Introduction
Flow in pipes is important for many reasons, for example,
Study of turbulence in pipes have led to a better
understanding of the turbulence in general, e.g. boundary
layer
The need to determine head l
PIPE NETWORKS
January - April 2017 A. W. Jayawardena
Introduction
In many conveyance systems, several pipes are connected together
to form a network of pipes.
The network may have loops as well as open ends. The
determination of the head losses in each
The University of Hong Kong
Department of Civil Engineering
Fluid Mechanics (CIVL 2103)
Tutorial No. 5: (Potential Flow)
1. Establish an expression for the loss of pressure when a fluid flows through a
geometrically similar pipe
2. Obtain the stream funct
Tutorial No. 6
1. Obtain the stream functions for (i) uniform flow with a velocity of 20 m/s parallel to the
positive direction of x-axis, (ii) uniform flow with a velocity of 10 m/s parallel to the
negative direction of y-axis, (iii) combined flow.
2. Ob
Fluid Mechanics
Pipe Flow
The Problem: to pass a steady flow of fluid through a pipe or
a pipe network
What size of pipe is required
for a given flowrate?
What power is required to
drive the flow?
How does energy and head
change along the pipe?
Pipe Flow
DRAG, LIFT, FLOW
SEPARATION, WAKE,
THRUST, WEIGHT AND
TERMINAL VELOCITY
January - April 2017
A. W. Jayawardena
Some definitions
Drag The force exerted by a flowing fluid on a body which tends to drag it along
the flow. It consists of 2 components and thei
KEY POINTS IN FLUID KINEMATICS
Fluid Kinematics refers to the description of fluid flow without considering forces. In fluid flow
there are 5 basic variables, namely the 3 velocity components and 2 thermodynamic properties.
The two thermodynamic propertie
Fluid Mechanics
Examples: Fluid Kinematics
Example 1:
A fluid flow is described by the velocity field
U 5 x 3 i 15 x 2 yj tk
Estimate the velocity and acceleration components at the point (1, 2, 3) at t = 1.
Solution:
U ui vj wk
u = 5x3
;
v = -15x2y
;
w=t
The University of Hong Kong
Department of Civil Engineering
Fluid Mechanics (CIVL 2103)
Tutorial No. 5: (Potential Flow) - Answers
1. Establish an expression for the loss of pressure when a fluid flows through a
geometrically similar pipe
Variables involv